Dan Giroux, a native Wichitan and local attorney, recently announced his candidacy for the United States House of Representatives, seeking to represent Kansas’ 4th Congressional District. A graduate of Northwest High School and Newman University, Dan has lived in the district for 33 years.
“I am running to give a voice to every day Kansans in Washington. The people of this community need an effective leader who cares about our hard-working middle class families and understands the struggles families face each day. As someone who grew up here, went to school here and is raising a family here, I feel that Washington is out of touch with the needs of our community and we need to correct that before the American Dream is lost.”
“Kansas needs an advocate for working families in Washington,” said Giroux. “The economic state of our district is in crisis and will continue to be so as long as we continue down the current path.”
“We need a representative in Washington who will stand up for the people of south central Kansas, not special interests.”
Dan lives in West Wichita with his wife Christine and their four children. He is the president of the Newman Booster Club, co-director of the Wichita Gladiator Dash, and serves on the board of the Center of Hope, Inc.
For more information on Giroux please visit his website http://www.DanforKansas.com